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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1886)
M c M innville , O regon .
The. Daily Reporter,
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PRICE TWO CENTS.
-VEH’S AND NOTES.
Band of Hope pic-nic at Grange
Entered in the Postoffioe at MoMinnville for hall, Saturday p. m.
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
The weather yesterday was a regu
lar webfooter’s delight.
WSBKLT RBPDRTER. It isn’t tea that’s intoxicating it’s
the girl that pours it out.
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
A straight flush—one that is n’t
manufacted by means of rouge.
o. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
Gold and silver ladies watches at a
|>. C. IRFLAVB
big bargain at the McMinnville jew
A Hiatt have as nice a
Weekly Subscription Kate*.
One oopy per year in advanoe - - • <2.00 place of business as any on Third
If not paid in advanoe
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To dubs of three or five, when aocoinpanied street Give them a call.
with the oash, <1.50 per year each. Two
A nice lunch for 25 cents at the St.
namea for six months each to oonnt as one
Charles hotel on the 25th, from ten o’
The Daily Reporter.
clock p m, till two in the morning.
T h * D aily R kpobtbb is issued every day
The McMinnville Business College
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40 is open every evening at 7 o’clock for
oents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
vertising same as for T hs W bbxly K kpobtbb . students in writing, drawing and book
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the ball Thursday evening, are re
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quested to appear in uniform, by order
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of the committee.
ytr Above rates slightly advanced for pre
McMinnville jewelery store is now
ferred positions: “Top of Column,'’ “Next
to Reading Matter,” “Second Page,” or the biggest and largest west of Port
Local notioes in reading oolnmn on land and the cheapest in Oregon.
Third page: One insertion, per line 10oents Wm. Holl, proprietor.
Two insertions per line
A First Class Thanksgiving Dinner
Three insertions per line
Bytae month per line
be served at the Central Hotel on
ydr Obit nary notioes, resolutions of Gon
dolement, etc., to insure publication in the the 25th, by the prince of good cater
Reporter, must be accompanied with instruc
tions; and the name of the proper person or ers, mine host L. H. Cook.
persons to whom oharges for the same are to
If you want a stuffed pig, fattened
upon pure wholesome feed, call at the
Eurisko market. Unless specially
Beek A Jab Priatlag. ordered
it will not be killed.
We beg leave to aimounoe to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new
The Firemen’s ball will be the finest
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads. affair of the year. Music by coachwhip
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling string band, and supper by the popu
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro-1
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of lar caterer L. H. Cook. The program
work. Terms favorable. Call and be oon- is fine.
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
Why do you pay for inferior silver
plated table ware big prices, if
E. E. COUCHER, M. D. you get at the McMinnville jewelry
store, Wm. Holl, the best and finest
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
can be had for the same price.
RING THE CHANGES.
the Old - Ring
In view of some changes in the busi
ness world, as well as among produc
ers and laborers, it is well that we
should one and all think of our own
interests as well as that of others, and
once in a while call a halt, take ac
Third St., OpposiU
count of what stock we have on hand,
YAMHILL CO. RANK.
whether it be in cattle, horses, mer
D on ' t F orukt THK Pt.AO«,
chandise or farms, and ascertain for
— Where yon will—
ourselves our present condition and
future prospects, and make such
changes from time to time as each of
us, after mature deliberations, rind our
better judgments may indicate. In
view of these things I shall introduce
to you on or about New Years, New
Styles, New Goods, and a Radical
change in the management of the
Business which I trust may prove to
Fnniiabiuff Good« of «11 hind, and abovd
our mutual advantage. It is with this all THE LOWEST PRICES. Alao agwnta
object in view that it to be adopted. for the
It will, upon investigation, be found llrownavillc Woolen Will,
a full line of all goods luade by
simple and just to one and all. The (tarrying
three oelebrated mills.
time is past when a man can sell goods
on one year or for an indefinite |*eriod,
and compete with those who sell ex
clusively for cash. I shall on or about
Jan. 1st introduce to you a system FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
HuooMMir to W F. Kangaaaer,
possessing all the advantages of both
llangareer'a building, Cor B and Third St*.
the credit and the cash sytems, and
Here is where yon can get your money**
none of the disadvantages of either.
A. J. A ppkrson . Beef, Pork, Matton, Sausage, Trlpa^
In view of the change soon to take
place, I desire all accounts to be set
tled by the 1st of Jan. A word to the
General Sherman has good memory
wise is sufficient. Call and settle.
for faces, but is apt to forget names.
A. J. A i ’J' krhom .
Offioe and residence, oorner of Third and
D streets, next to the postoffioe.
He was walking al rj in Washington
one day, in com ;y with a friend,
when a man stc\ <-u u..»», smilingly
McCain & Hurley,
asked after his health. “I beg your
pardon,” said the general, “your face
AND NOTARIES PI’RLIC
is familiar, but I can’t recall your
Espeoial attention paid to abetmots of title name.” “I made your shirts,” was the
and settlement of estates in probate.
reply. “Oh certainly! Recall yno per
Offioe—Jail buiding, up staire.
fectly!" exclaimed the general. “Col
onel,” turning to his companion,” “let
me intrgduse to you my old army
friend, Major Shurx.*
M c M innville
Cor. td and O Street«,
OVER YAMHILL (XMJNTT BANK,
and everything in the line of meats, of th*
txwt quality the country afford*. Also the
Best of Boloicna*.
(Hve ine a call and be salmileti.
W. T. BAXTER
F. J. MARTI».
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Htove of
B&zior & Marlin
I n New Open.
Attention ia reapeetfolly invised to thM
Mrs. M. Shad den.
It« facilities for thorough practical inrtree- A new, neat and clean stock. Every arua
tion; aotual buainere JeoerUnent e specialty
A No. 1. revi* Jam. BaltovOreb., Celreed
where currency, bank check, draft«, etc., «re
Glare ware, CuUary, C ased Greda, To
need. Clare, or private instruction day or
báceo Plpre and Cigars
evening. College Journal eeni free on ap rrwwb Fruit MU ▼•rwtablre* in
“The ceiling is very low,” said the plication.
Gírame a <vdl. Iti.pavt my
who was looking at lodgings Crayon Portrait Work a Specialty. will guarantee prieae to rail ye*.
ty The Taylor System of Catting and Fit
“Yes,” said the landlord, “but it wil|
ting am ployed.
V. O. Box 101
G. R. HJGGINS. Prm.
cost you so much less to heat the
w j. o-vr**”-
---- AT THE-----
place for a stove.” “Of course not,
M«a. A. M o D oiuld .
Mrre K. T bobtto » you couldn’t stand it in such a low
room.” “But it will be as cold as
Greenland.” Nonsense, you couldn’t Wbtre ' ae best of meat« oan always be found
r -4 at the meet reaaonaMe prière, where
crowd enough coM 'into such a small
tl • Ir o of beef 1« divided with oar eu «t ere
room to fed
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Ittel i •
era. Meats done op in the latest style«,
In Mm. H. P. Stuart’« Millinery Store,
room, now, you might talk,
an 1 ( off weight« Riven. Give ue a reifL
1 «re truly.
rent is very hig
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
W. J. Garrison & Co.
inevitable, and takes it.
Third street. Next to Bishop A Kay’s «tore.
Family (fcreeery Store.
Third Street, MoMinnville, Oregon.
J. Harv. Henderson
tPneoeaoor to L. ROOT.)